31 Woodlands, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £225,000 < Back


  • Attractive detached 3-bed bungalow
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Conservatories
  • Ensuite
  • Gas Central Heating
  • PVC Double Glazing
  • Garage
  • Mature Gardens
  • Popular Residential Estate
  • 1/2 Mile from Town Centre


31  Woodlands, Llandrindod  Wells, Powys LD15DE


COMPRISING: -  A spacious detached bungalow built from cavity brick and block walls, under a concrete tiled roof.  It has mains gas central heating, PVC double-glazing and briefly provides: - Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, two Conservatories, Kitchen, three double Bedrooms (one with en-suite Shower Room) and Shower Room, together with a Garage, parking for two cars (in tandem), open-plan lawned fore garden and enclosed private rear garden with a gently sloping lawn, paved patios, flower borders and Garden Shed.  EPC  -  D  


PRICE: - Offers over  £225,000


VIEWING: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents Morgan & Co.  Tel. (01597) 825682 


DIRECTIONS: - From our office proceed south for 200 yards and turn left at the roundabout onto Spa Road East (by the former Automobile Palace).  Continue straight past County Hall and Primary School, then take the next right onto Woodlands.  Follow the road around to the left then take the last right and Number 31 is the first bungalow on the right. 


SITUATION: - Woodlands is a private development of houses and bungalows that was completed in 1999, set in a prestigious residential area, ½-mile from the town centre and 200 yards from a primary school, with the Lakeside Park and neighbouring woodland just over ¼-mile away.  Number 31 is built on a corner plot with an Easterly aspect and the land falls away to the rear, giving beautiful panoramic views across the Ithon Valley to the Cambrian Mountains from all the  rear windows.  Llandrindod Wells is the County town of Powys and has a good range of shopping (Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket), business and education facilities, together with a Cottage Hospital and railway station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and excellent recreation amenities to include a Sports Centre (with Swimming Pool), Theatre, indoor and outdoor Bowls (International standard), challenging 18-hole Golf Course, mountain biking, river and lake fishing.  The Royal Welsh Show Ground (7 miles) hosts numerous events throughout the year, there is a Cinema at Builth Wells (8 miles) and the historic market towns at Rhayader, Knighton and Newtown are 11, 19 and 26 miles.   The City of Hereford and the coastal resort and University town of Aberystwyth both about an hour’s drive, with the Cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Worcester, and the Severn Bridge all around a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic levels). 

In the 2015 and 2017 Rightmove surveys LD1 was declared “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and Llandrindod Wells was named as the “Happiest Town in Wales”.  Author’s Note  -  Many of the other top towns in these surveys (Harrogate, Leomington Spa, etc) were also originally developed as Spa Resorts, so the Victorian               Architecture and town layouts, with parks that come right into the centre, could be the common influencing factor.  


THE  RESIDENCE:  -  A well proportioned detached bungalow built in 1998 from cavity brick and block walls, under a tiled roof, to a higher specification than its neighbours, because the original owners ran a tile shop in the town, so additional wall and floor tiling (to include the garage floor).  Number 31 has mains gas central heating, wood-grained u-PVC double-glazing, to include two matching conservatories, two fitted bedroom suites, the rear rooms all have superb views and it provides the following spacious accommodation: -


OPEN  FRONTED  PORCH  - Having a light and glazed door to

ENTRANCE  HALL  - Being L-shaped and having coving, laminate flooring, radiator, telephone point, heating thermostat and large cloaks / broom cupboard.

LOUNGE      14’ 1”  x  12’ 6”      ( 4.30 m  x  3.82 m )

Having a living-flame gas fire with a marble and wood surround, coving, radiator, television and telephone points, laminate flooring and French doors to

DINING  ROOM      11’ 9”  x  8’ 3”      ( 3.38 m  x  2.51 m )

Having coving, laminate flooring, radiator, two plate racks, television point, door to Kitchen and double-glazed patio door to 

CONSERVATORY  1      8’ 1”  x  7’ 7”      ( 2.48 m  x  2.31 m )

A wood-grained PVC double-glazed model, built in a Victorian style off dwarf brick walls with a polycarbonate triple-skin Polycarbonate roof, fan light, television point, tiled floor, radiator and glazed door to garden.

KITCHEN      11’ 10”  x  9’ 8”      ( 3.61 m  x  2.94 m )

Having a range of beige coloured cabinets with limed oak frames, incorporating five base cupboards, four wall cupboards, two glazed wall cupboards, two galleried units, inset asterite 1½-bowl sink, work tops, integrated gas hob, concealed cooker hood, gas oven and grill.  In  addition there is a radiator, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge / freezer, Worcester 28CDi gas combi-boiler, fully tiled walls, breakfast bar, television point, laminate flooring and half-glazed door to rear garden.

BEDROOM  1      (rear)      9’ 9”  x  10’ 1”      ( 2.97 m  x  3.07 m )

Having a radiator.

BEDROOM  2      (rear)      12’ 8”  x  9’ 9”     ( 3.86 m  x  2.96 m ) 

Having a Sharps fitted suite of beech fronted cabinets incorporating three wardrobes, two bedside cabinets, four high level cabinets and chest of drawers, together with a radiator and patio doors to

CONSERVATORY  2      13’ 11”  x  13’ 1”       ( 4.25 m  x  4.00 m )

A larger version of ‘Conservatory 1’ with a radiator, tiled floor, electric fan light, television and telephone points, panoramic views and patio door to garden. ( See photo of view on page 1)

BEDROOM  3      (front)      12’ 4”  x  10’ 7”       ( 3.77 m  x  3.23 m ) 

Having a Nolte fitted suite of beech fronted cabinets incorporating five wardrobes, five shelving units, two bedside cabinets, dressing table and a five drawer chest, together with coving, radiator, telephone point and door to

EN - SUITE  SHOWER  ROOM  - Having a cream coloured suite incorporating a toilet, hand basin and shower cubicle with a thermostatic power shower and glazed door, together with fully tiled walls, radiator, mirror, shaver light and extractor fan. 

FAMILY  SHOWER ROOM  - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, wash basin in a vanity unit and low threshold over-sized shower cubicle, together with fully-tiled walls, radiator, mirror, shaver point and laminate flooring.



GARAGE      18’ 5”  x  8’ 9”      ( 5.63 m  x  2.68 m )

Having an up and over door, double-glazed window and personal door, tiled floor, light, double power point and two shelves.


GARDENS - The bungalow is approached over a tarmac drive, that gives parking for two cars in tandem with a security light, and to the front there is a sweeping open-plan lawned garden, with paved service paths.  At the rear there is a paved patio with a light and tap, a sloping lawn and mixed shrubs surrounded by wooden fencing.

SERVICES:  Mains electricity, gas, telephone, drainage and water are connected.  Gas central heating.    ( Note:  The Agents have not tested the installations )

FIXTURES  &  FITTINGS  - as described in this brochure are included in the sale price.  Certain other items are available subject to negotiation.

TENURE:  The property is freehold with vacant possession on completion.    

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys   LD1  5LG        Tel: (01597)  826000      

COUNCIL  TAX   Band  ‘E’   ( Approximately  -  £1,647.78  2017 / 2018 )

Note:  Most of the photos were taken with wide angle lens.